EQ2: Paladin Class Guide Update

Posted Thu, Apr 24, 2008 by Shayalyn

Holy Tank, Batman!

These Holy Warriors of Norrath round out the EverQuest II fighter roster very nicely. Paladins play as a hybrid holy crusader, wielding the powers of both a fighter and a healer in one rear kicking package of shiny plate armor!  This class shines as both a solo class and as a group tank and is sure to please any player that gives them a chance.  
If you'd like to give the Paladin a try, or perhaps you have one and are looking for some great advice and a all-in-one class resource, please visit our newly updated Paladin Class Guide to find all that you need!

Unlike other classes, Paladins don’t have one specific role to undertake. Even though we are not classified as Hybrids by SOE, Paladins are exactly that. If you want to take your character to the next level and be all the Paladin you can be, then you must first realize that. We will never out perform the “pure” classes in tanking, healing or damage. However, we can become any one of those three by the drop of a hat if need be. And that is where Paladins start to shine and where if you’re good enough, you’ll be recognized as such.


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